This is quite simply delicious and one piece is never enough.
You can quite simply use raisins, or mix it up with a combination of raisins, dried apricots and cranberries. You decide!
The recipe is also easily doubled.
And would you believe it can be made all in one pot!
There is nothing better than only one dish to clean when baking.
The brownie tin I use is 28cm x 18cm
The tin I choose to store it in is my late Grandmas Vynas. She used to make a station brownie too. But our recipes differ and I find this one is much easier and more reliable.
This goes great in the smoko tins. And lasts in an air tight container for a week.
This is quite simply delicious – one piece is never enough.
- 1 Medium Sized Pot
- 1 Dough whisk (or wooden spoon)
- 1 Brownie tin (28cm x 18cm)
- 125 grams butter
- ¾ cup brown sugar
- ¼ cup castor sugar
- 225 grams dried fruit
- 150 grams self raising flour
- 1 egg (lightly beaten)
- Pre heat the oven to 180 degrees.
- In a pot melt together the butter, brown sugar and castor sugar.
- Use your dough whisk or a wooden spoon to combine all the ingredients.
- Let the mixture cool before adding the dried fruit, self raising flour and the lightly beaten egg.
- Pour into the lined dish and cook for 20 mins.
- The top will be crunchy and the inside will be chewy.
- Let it cool before cutting.
- This stores well in an airtight container.